I trained to be a supervisor in 2003 at The New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling and have been supervising the clinical work of counsellors and psychotherapists on a weekly basis ever since. During this time, I have worked with dozens of therapists, some of them in training, but many others fully qualified and wanting to deepen their understanding of the existential approach to therapy and learn how this might enhance the understanding of their clinical work. Whether you are already committed to an existential approach or would like to learn more about it, feel free to get drop me a line and we can discuss the possibility of working together.
My Approach to Personal Supervision
My aim, as a supervisor, is not altogether dissimilar from how I see my role as a therapist. Ultimately, I aim to help you to find your own authentic therapeutic voice. I have a strong understanding of psychotherapy and counselling across the board having worked and taught in college settings for almost twenty years now and enjoy supervising across modalities. Additionally, I have many years experience supervising the work of therapists at the drug and alcohol services Turning Point and Westminster Drug Project as well as at The Claremont Project in Islington.